Professor Gwilym Pryce

Professor Gwilym Pryce

  • Associate Academic (Institute of Health and Wellbeing)

telephone: 01413304399
email: Gwilym.Pryce@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Research Interests

Demand and supply of housing, house prices, housing submarkets, mortgage markets, spatial variation in socio-economic relationships, economic and statistical modelling.

Grants

Project Title       Community Resilience to Extreme Weather
Researcher(s)     Gwilym Pryce & Yu Chen
Timescale           Feb 2008 to Nov 2011
Funder               EPSRC
External Links      

 Project Title         A regional house price model of excess demand for housing
Researcher(s)     Eric Levin & Gwilym Pryce
Timescale            Jan 2009 to Dec 2009
Funder                 RICS

Project Title         Polycentric Access to Employment
Researcher(s)       Gwilym Pryce, Liv Osland & Ken Gibb
Timescale            
Funder           Adam Smith Research Foundation; Research Council of Norway
 

Project Title         Risk Pricing on Residential Mortgages in the UK
Researcher(s)     Gwilym Pryce  (Department of Urban Studies) & Duncan Lee (Department of Statistics)
Timescale            February 2010 to August 2010
Funder                 SHEFC

Project Title         Does the Shape of Submarkets Reveal Processes of Social Segmentation?
Researcher(s)       Gwilym Pryce  (Department of Urban Studies) & Nema Dean (Department of Statistics)
Timescale             Jan 2010 to July 2010
Funder                 Adam Smith Research Foundation Seedcorn Fund 2009/10

Additional information

Personal webpage

  • www.gpryce.com
    For research news, paper downloads, reports, presentations, teaching resources, SPSS training materials and more.

Current roles/appointments within and outwith the University of Glasgow 

  • Chair of the Glasgow Social Statistics Group (2010- )
  • Member of Built Environment Statistical Advisory Committee (BESAC, Scottish Government) (2009-  ) 
  • Executive Committee Member of the ESRC AQMeN (Applied Quantitative Methods Network) (2009-)              
  • Steering Group Member of the Sustainable Development Network (cross-faculty network, University of Glasgow) (2008-  )
  • Chair of the Social Science and Sustainable Behaviours Research Group  (University of Glasgow) (2008-  ) 
  • Ongoing Consultancy role to the Financial Services Authority (2008-)
  • Board Member of the International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis (2007-   )
  • Appointed Professor of Urban Economics & Social Statistics (University of Glasgow) (2006-  )
  • Chair of the Scottish Housing Economics and Finance Research Network (2006- )
  • Board Member of the Journal of Property Research (2004- )
  • Ongoing Consultancy role to Glasgow Solicitors Property Centre (GSPC) (2002-  )

Previous roles/appointments within and/or outwith the University of Glasgow 

  • The Academic Representative on the Government Statistical Service’s Review of Housing Market Statistics (National Statistician’s Office) (2010-11)
  • Mentor to Carnegie Centenary Visiting Professor (involved organising 9 speaking engagements across Scotland) (2010-11)
  • Chair of the Cities, Markets and Regions Research Group (one of 2 over-arching research groups in the department) (2009-10)
  •  Chair of the Urban Resilience Cluster (University of Glasgow) (2009-10) 
  • Member of the Cross-Faculty Student Mathematical Support Committee (2008-10)      
  • Member of Cross-Faculty steering group on ESRC Doctoral Training Centre submission strategy (2008-09)     
  • Chair of the Personal Finance Research Group (2008-10)    
  • Member of the UK Government’s Expert Panel on Housing Markets and Planning Analysis (2007-10)
  • Appointed Director of Graduate Training, LBSS Graduate School (University of Glasgow) (2006-10)      
  • Member of Higher Degrees Committee (2006-10)
  • Member of the Urban Studies Finance & Staffing Committee (2006-10)    
  • Member of the Urban Studies Research Committee (University of Glasgow) (2006-10)
  • Member of the Urban Studies Departmental Management Team (University of Glasgow )(2006-10)
  • Member of Sustainability Advisory Group (Office of the Deputy Prime Minister) (2005-06)
  • Member of Affordability Advisory Group (Office of the Deputy Prime Minister) (2005-06)
  • Chair of the Housing Research Group (University of Glasgow) (2004-09)
  • Member of the Post-Barker Advisory Group (ODPM/HM Treasury) (2004-05)
  • Academic Consultant on both Stage I and Stage II of the HM Treasury Barker Review of Housing Supply (2003-04)
  • Economic Advisor to / Board Member of the European Journal of Housing Policy (2003-09)
  • Appointed Senior Lecturer in Urban Studies (University of Glasgow) (2003-06)
  • Appointed Deputy Director of the Graduate School (University of Glasgow) (2003-06)
  • Convenor of the MSc Social Science Research  (2002-09)
  • Convenor of the LBSS Graduate School Strategic Marketing Committee (2002-03)
  • Appointed Lecturer in Urban Studies (University of Glasgow) (1996-2001)
  • Appointed ESRC Research Fellow (University of Glasgow) (1995-96)
  • Appointed Research Assistant to Prof. David Heald (Capital Charges in the NHS Project, University of Aberdeen) (1993-95)

 Prizes & Awards from Overseas Bodies

  • Winner of the Best European Network of Housing Research 2009 Conference Paper, sponsored by the Czech Bank, “Hypoteční Banka”.
  • Highly Commended Award (Literati Network Award for Excellence 2010 for my Outlook for UK housing paper published in the International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, edited in Australia).
    • Editorial Board membership of 3 international journals: (1) Journal of Property Research (Starred Target Journal – i.e. one of the top 10 in my field); (2) European Journal of Housing Policy (Target Journal); and (3) International Journal for Housing Markets & Analysis.
    • Invited Guest Editor of special issues for 3 journals: (1) Journal of Property Research (Starred Target Journal), (2) Urban Studies Research (Starred Target Journal), and (3) Urban Studies Research
    • Regularly invited to review journal articles from leading international journals in my field.
    • Invited to review major research grant applications for the ESRC and EPSRC over a number of years.
    • Invited to reviewer/referee on bids for 2 international research funders: (a) Research Grants Council of Hong Kong (2010, 2011) and (b) South African National Research Foundation (2011)
    • Invited to contribute to the 2010 LWEC[1] UK Flooding Research Strategy: a major review of the future of flood research in the UK.
    • Many invited keynote/plenary speeches at national and international conferences and practitioner events (including: International House and Home Warranty Conference; Nordic Conference on the Financial Crisis; Annual International Sustainable Development Conference; National Association of Estate Agents; SHELTER Housing Bubble conference; Scottish Economic Society Policy Forum; GSPC Conference for Builders and Developers; FSA Seminar Series, etc.).
    • Consultant to Oxford Analytica on credit crunch and real estate downturn (2008)
    • Invited member of Council for Mortgage Lenders’ Sustainable Home Ownership Panel (2005).
    • Invited to contribute to the International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home.
    • Invited to submit evidence to the Royal Society of Edinburgh Inquiry on Climate Change (Sept 2010).
    • Invited to present evidence (Nov 2010) to the Committee on Climate Change, an independent body established under the Climate Change Act.
    • Invited to provide advice and evidence (April 2011) to the Institute for Volunteering Research as part of their Evidence Assessment on Environmental Volunteering.

Role in Academic Journals

  • Editorial Board membership of 3 international journals: (1) Journal of Property Research (Starred Target Journal – i.e. one of the top 10 in my field); (2) European Journal of Housing Policy (Target Journal); and (3) International Journal for Housing Markets & Analysis.
  • Invited Guest Editor of special issues for 3 journals: (1) Journal of Property Research (Starred Target Journal), (2) Urban Studies Research (Starred Target Journal), and (3) Urban Studies Research
  • Regularly invited to review journal articles from leading international journals in my field.
  • Invited to review major research grant applications for the ESRC and EPSRC over a number of years.
  • Invited to reviewer/referee on bids for 2 international research funders: (a) Research Grants Council of Hong Kong (2010, 2011) and (b) South African National Research Foundation (2011)
  • Invited to contribute to the 2010 LWEC[1] UK Flooding Research Strategy: a major review of the future of flood research in the UK.
  • Many invited keynote/plenary speeches at national and international conferences and practitioner events (including: International House and Home Warranty Conference; Nordic Conference on the Financial Crisis; Annual International Sustainable Development Conference; National Association of Estate Agents; SHELTER Housing Bubble conference; Scottish Economic Society Policy Forum; GSPC Conference for Builders and Developers; FSA Seminar Series, etc.).
  • Consultant to Oxford Analytica on credit crunch and real estate downturn (2008)
  • Invited member of Council for Mortgage Lenders’ Sustainable Home Ownership Panel (2005).
  • Invited to contribute to the International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home.
  • Invited to submit evidence to the Royal Society of Edinburgh Inquiry on Climate Change (Sept 2010).
  • Invited to present evidence (Nov 2010) to the Committee on Climate Change, an independent body established under the Climate Change Act.
  • Invited to provide advice and evidence (April 2011) to the Institute for Volunteering Research as part of their Evidence Assessment on Environmental Volunteering.

External Reviewer Nationally and Internationally

  • Invited to review major research grant applications for the ESRC and EPSRC over a number of years.
  • Invited to reviewer/referee on bids for 2 international research funders: (a) Research Grants Council of Hong Kong (2010, 2011) and (b) South African National Research Foundation (2011)

Invited Contributions & Other Advisory Roles

  • Invited to contribute to the 2010 LWEC[1] UK Flooding Research Strategy: a major review of the future of flood research in the UK.
  • Many invited keynote/plenary speeches at national and international conferences and practitioner events (including: International House and Home Warranty Conference; Nordic Conference on the Financial Crisis; Annual International Sustainable Development Conference; National Association of Estate Agents; SHELTER Housing Bubble conference; Scottish Economic Society Policy Forum; GSPC Conference for Builders and Developers; FSA Seminar Series, etc.).
  • Consultant to Oxford Analytica on credit crunch and real estate downturn (2008)
  • Invited member of Council for Mortgage Lenders’ Sustainable Home Ownership Panel (2005).
  • Invited to contribute to the International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home.
  • Invited to submit evidence to the Royal Society of Edinburgh Inquiry on Climate Change (Sept 2010).
  • Invited to present evidence (Nov 2010) to the Committee on Climate Change, an independent body established under the Climate Change Act.
  • Invited to provide advice and evidence (April 2011) to the Institute for Volunteering Research as part of their Evidence Assessment on Environmental Volunteering.

[1] LWEC = Living with Environmental Change—a high-level cross-Research Council umbrella organisation.

Publications

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Number of items: 64.

2017

Dean, N. and Pryce, G. (2017) Is the housing market blind to religion? A perceived substitutability approach to homophily and social integration. Urban Studies, 54(13), pp. 3058-3070. (doi:10.1177/0042098016668779)

2015

Lee, D., Minton, J. and Pryce, G. (2015) Bayesian inference for the dissimilarity index in the presence of spatial autocorrelation. Spatial Statistics, 11, pp. 81-95. (doi:10.1016/j.spasta.2014.12.001)

2014

Lee, D., Minton, J. and Pryce, G. (2014) Inference for segregation indices in the presence of spatial autocorrelation. In: Royal Statistical Society Annual Conference 2014, Sheffield, 2-4 Sept 2014,

Gibb, K., Osland, L. and Pryce, G. (2014) Describing inequalities in access to employment and the associated geography of wellbeing. Urban Studies, 51(3), pp. 596-613. (doi:10.1177/0042098013498283)

Pryce, G. (2014) Migrants’ job-search in urban China: social networks and the labour market. In: Wu, F., Zhang, F. and Webster, C.J. (eds.) Rural Migrants in Urban China: Enclaves and Transient Urbanism. Series: Routledge contemporary China series. Routledge, pp. 69-83. ISBN 9780415534550

2013

Stuart-Smith, J., Pryce, G., Timmins, C. and Gunter, B. (2013) Television can also be a factor in language change: evidence from an urban dialect. Language, 89(3), pp. 501-536. (doi:10.1353/lan.2013.0041)

Chen, Y., Fingleton, B., Pryce, G., Chen, A.S. and Djordjević, S. (2013) Implications of rising flood-risk for employment location: a GMM spatial model with agglomeration and endogenous house price effects. Journal of Property Research, 30(4), pp. 298-323. (doi:10.1080/09599916.2013.765499)

Pryce, G. (2013) Housing submarkets and the lattice of substitution. Urban Studies, 50(13), pp. 2682-2699. (doi:10.1177/0042098013482502)

Pryce, G. and Chen, Y. (2013) An extreme weather event socio-economic model (EWSEM) to identify the social and economic impacts of climate change. In: Hallett, S. (ed.) Community Resilience to Extreme Weather – the CREW Project Final Report. CREW Consortium, pp. 39-51.

2012

Chen, Y. and Pryce, G. (2012) Environmental risks: flooding. In: Smith, S.J. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home. Elsevier: Oxford, UK, pp. 104-108. ISBN 9780080471631 (doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-047163-1.00585-3)

Pryce, G. (2012) Housing wealth distribution in the United Kingdom. In: Smith, S.J. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home. Elsevier: Oxford, UK, pp. 691-696. ISBN 9780080471631 (doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-047163-1.00133-8)

Gibb, K. and Pryce, G. (2012) New directions in housing economics: Introduction. Journal of Property Research, 29(4), pp. 271-279. (doi:10.1080/09599916.2012.731720)

Osland, L. and Pryce, G. (2012) Housing prices and multiple employment nodes: is the relationship nonmonotonic? Housing Studies, 27(8), pp. 1182-1208. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2012.728571)

Pryce, G. (2012) Flood risk and house price inertia: a source of comfort or concern? some lessons from Pompeii. Waterleader, 4, pp. 48-49.

2011

Pryce, G. and Chen, Y. (2011) Flood risk and the consequences for housing of a changing climate: an international perspective. Risk Management, 13(4), pp. 228-246. (doi:10.1057/rm.2011.13)

Levin, E.J., Montagnoli, A. and Pryce, G. (2011) Mark-to-market and house asset valuation: an initial attempt at extending the Poterba model using the term structure of real forward interest rates. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 4(2), pp. 172-179. (doi:10.1108/17538271111137949)

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G. (2011) The dynamics of spatial inequality in UK housing wealth. Housing Policy Debate, 21(1), pp. 99-132. (doi:10.1080/10511482.2010.534389)

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G.A. (2011) A disequilibrium model of the market for houses: implicit selling time as a signal of optimal holding periods and buyer valuation. Urban Studies, 48(11), pp. 2249-2263.

Mason, P. and Pryce, G. (2011) Controlling for transactions bias in regional house price indices. Housing Studies, 26(5), pp. 639-660. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2011.581908)

Pryce, G. (2011) Bidding conventions and the degree of over-pricing in the market for houses. Urban Studies, 48(4), pp. 765-791. (doi:10.1177/0042098010363496)

Pryce, G., Chen, Y. and Galster, G. (2011) The impact of floods on house prices: an imperfect information approach with myopia and amnesia. Housing Studies, 26(2), pp. 259-279. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2011.542086)

2010

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G. (2010) Measuring Changes in Housing Wealth Inequality. Series: Economics Papers, 6 (2). Department for Communities and Local Government: London. ISBN 9781409829553

Pryce, G. (2010) Has house price inequality risen or fallen since 1996? In: Housing Wealth Inequality. Series: Economics Papers 6 (1). Department for Communities and Local Government: London, pp. 28-30. ISBN 9781409809715

Lee, D., Orr, A. and Pryce, G. (2010) Risk pricing on residential mortgages in the UK. In: CCHPR 20th Anniversary Conference: Housing – the next 20 years, Cambridge, 15-16 September 2010, (Unpublished)

Anderson, C., Lee, D., Pryce, G. and Taal, M. (2010) Factors affecting environmental attitudes and volunteering in England and Wales. Working Paper, (Unpublished)

Osland, L. and Pryce, G. (2010) Polycentric access to employment with non-monotonic distance effects. Working Paper, (In Press)

2009

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G. (2009) What determines the price elasticity of house supply? Real interest rate effects and cyclical asymmetries. Housing Studies, 24(6), pp. 713-736. (doi:10.1080/02673030903215860)

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G. (2009) A regional house price model of excess demand for housing. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors: London, UK. ISBN 9782842195109

Pate, J., Beaumont, P. and Pryce, G. (2009) Organisations and the issue of multiple identities: who loves you baby? VINE, 39(4), pp. 319-338. (doi:10.1108/03055720911013625)

Pryce, G. (2009) Language of Selling and Science of Persuasion. Other. Keller Centre, Baylor University, Waco, Texas.

Pryce, G. (2009) Responding to the Impending Repossessions Crisis. Series: Housing Analysis and Surveys Expert Panel Papers (7). Communities and Local Government: London, UK.

Pryce, G. and Oates, S. (2009) Rhetoric in the language of real estate marketing. In: Smith, S. and Munro, M. (eds.) The Microstructures of Housing Markets. Routledge: London, pp. 156-185. ISBN 9780415478069

Pryce, G. and Sprigings, N. (2009) Outlook for UK housing and the implications for policy: are we reaping what we have sown. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 2(2), pp. 145-166. (doi:10.1108/17538270910963081)

2008

Pryce, G. and Oates, S. (2008) Rhetoric in the language of real estate marketing. Housing Studies, 23(2), pp. 319-348. (doi:10.1080/02673030701875105)

Levin, E. and Pryce, G. (2008) What will shape the future of UK housing? British Urban Regeneration Association Journal(1), pp. 8-9.

Levin, E. and Pryce, G. (2008) 'Beyond Reason'. Residential Property Journal,

Meen, G., Andrew, M., Ball, M., Goody, J., Kasparova, D., Pryce, G., Whitehead, C. and Wood, G. (2008) Recent Developments in the Communities and Local Government Affordability Model. Project Report. Department of Communities and Local Government, Wetherby.

Pryce, G., Mackay, D., Fowler, H., Jones, K., Shao, L. and Wood, G. (2008) Local Effects of Global Climate Change. British Urban Regeneration Association Journal, 2(2),

Pryce, G. and Oates, S. (2008) The language of estate agency, findings in built and rural environment. Project Report. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

2007

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G. (2007) A Statistical Explanation for Extreme Bids in the House Market. Urban Studies, 44(12), pp. 2339-2355. (doi:10.1080/00420980701540903)

Oates, S. and Pryce, G. (2007) Pathos and patter in real estate parlance. SHEFRN: Scottish Housing Economics and Finance Research Network (Discussion Paper),

2006

Hendershott, P. and Pryce, G. (2006) The Sensitivity of Homeowner Leverage to the Deductibility of Home Mortgage Interest. Journal of Urban Economics, 60(1), pp. 50-68.

Pryce, G. (2006) 'Can we Trust UK House Price Indices? A Detox Programme for the Index Addicted'. University of Glasgow Newsletter, 272(Januar),

Pryce, G. and Gibb, K. (2006) Submarket Dynamics of Time to Sale. Real Estate Economics, 34(3), pp. 377-412.

2005

Stoddart, E. and Pryce, G. (2005) Observed aversion to raising hell in pastoral care: the conflict between doctrine and practice. Journal of Empirical Theology, 18(2), pp. 129-153. (doi:10.1163/157092505774649234)

2003

Bailey, N., Flint, J., Goodlad, R., Shucksmith, M., Fitzpatrick, S. and Pryce, G. (2003) Measuring Deprivation in Scotland: Developing a Long-Term Strategy. Project Report. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Bailey, N., Flint, J., Goodlad, R., Shucksmith, M., Fitzpatrick, S. and Pryce, G. (2003) Measuring Deprivation in Scotland: Developing a Long-Term Strategy. Interim Report. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Glasgow.

Pryce, G. (2003) Greening by the Market? Distortions Caused by Fiscal Incentives to Build on Brownfield Land. Housing Studies, 18(4), pp. 563-585.

Pryce, G. (2003) Worst of the Good and Best of the Bad: Adverse Selection Consequences of Risk Pricing. Journal of Property Investment and Finance, 21(6), pp. 450-472.

Pryce, G., Hendershott, P. and White, M. (2003) Household Leverage and the Deductibility of Home Mortgage Interest: Evidence from UK House Purchasers. Journal of Housing Research, 14(1), pp. 49-82.

2002

Houston, D., Kemp, P. and Pryce, G. (2002) Review of the Private Rented Sector in Wales. Project Report. National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff, Wales.

Kemp, P. and Pryce, G. (2002) Evaluating the Mortgage Safety Net. Project Report. Council for Mortgage Lenders, London, UK.

Lynch, E., Stephens, M. and Pryce, G. (2002) Housing and Social Cohesion in the UK: Report 1. Project Report. European Commission.

Pryce, G. (2002) Theory and Estimation of the Mortgage Payment Protection Insurance Decision. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 49(2), pp. 216-234.

Pryce, G. and Keoghan, M. (2002) Unemployment Insurance for Mortgage Borrowers: Is it viable and does it cover those most in need? European Journal of Housing Policy, 2(1), pp. 87-114.

Pryce, G. and Kasparova, D. (2002) Private Rented Sector Supply: An Analysis of the Scottish House Condition Survey Longitudinal Data-Set. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh, UK.

Pryce, G. and Lynch, E. (2002) Development of a Housing Market Database for Glasgow. Project Report. GSPC / Communities Scotland.

2001

Kemp, P. and Pryce, G. (2001) Evaluating the Mortgage Safety Net. Housing Finance, 52(Novemb), pp. 32-37.

Pryce, G. and Keoghan, M. (2001) Determinants of Mortgage Protection Insurance Take-Up'. Housing Studies, 16(2), pp. 179-198.

1999

Pryce, G. (1999) Construction elasticities and land availability: a two-stage least-squares model of housing supply using the variable elasticity approach. Urban Studies, 36(13), pp. 2283-2304. (doi:10.1080/0042098992421)

Pryce, G. (1999) Work incentives and rent: evidence from Glasgow housing associations. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 14(4), pp. 343-362. (doi:10.1007/BF02496762)

Bramley, G., Pryce, G. and Satsangi, M. (1999) The Supply Responsiveness of the Private Rented Sector: An International Comparison. Project Report. Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions, London, UK.

Pryce, G. and Keoghan, M. (1999) Safety Nets for Mortgage Borrowers. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh, UK.

1998

Pryce, G. (1998) Income support for mortgage interest and the crowding out of mortgage payment protection insurance. Housing Finance, 39, pp. 27-31.

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Number of items: 64.

Articles

Dean, N. and Pryce, G. (2017) Is the housing market blind to religion? A perceived substitutability approach to homophily and social integration. Urban Studies, 54(13), pp. 3058-3070. (doi:10.1177/0042098016668779)

Lee, D., Minton, J. and Pryce, G. (2015) Bayesian inference for the dissimilarity index in the presence of spatial autocorrelation. Spatial Statistics, 11, pp. 81-95. (doi:10.1016/j.spasta.2014.12.001)

Gibb, K., Osland, L. and Pryce, G. (2014) Describing inequalities in access to employment and the associated geography of wellbeing. Urban Studies, 51(3), pp. 596-613. (doi:10.1177/0042098013498283)

Stuart-Smith, J., Pryce, G., Timmins, C. and Gunter, B. (2013) Television can also be a factor in language change: evidence from an urban dialect. Language, 89(3), pp. 501-536. (doi:10.1353/lan.2013.0041)

Chen, Y., Fingleton, B., Pryce, G., Chen, A.S. and Djordjević, S. (2013) Implications of rising flood-risk for employment location: a GMM spatial model with agglomeration and endogenous house price effects. Journal of Property Research, 30(4), pp. 298-323. (doi:10.1080/09599916.2013.765499)

Pryce, G. (2013) Housing submarkets and the lattice of substitution. Urban Studies, 50(13), pp. 2682-2699. (doi:10.1177/0042098013482502)

Gibb, K. and Pryce, G. (2012) New directions in housing economics: Introduction. Journal of Property Research, 29(4), pp. 271-279. (doi:10.1080/09599916.2012.731720)

Osland, L. and Pryce, G. (2012) Housing prices and multiple employment nodes: is the relationship nonmonotonic? Housing Studies, 27(8), pp. 1182-1208. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2012.728571)

Pryce, G. (2012) Flood risk and house price inertia: a source of comfort or concern? some lessons from Pompeii. Waterleader, 4, pp. 48-49.

Pryce, G. and Chen, Y. (2011) Flood risk and the consequences for housing of a changing climate: an international perspective. Risk Management, 13(4), pp. 228-246. (doi:10.1057/rm.2011.13)

Levin, E.J., Montagnoli, A. and Pryce, G. (2011) Mark-to-market and house asset valuation: an initial attempt at extending the Poterba model using the term structure of real forward interest rates. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 4(2), pp. 172-179. (doi:10.1108/17538271111137949)

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G. (2011) The dynamics of spatial inequality in UK housing wealth. Housing Policy Debate, 21(1), pp. 99-132. (doi:10.1080/10511482.2010.534389)

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G.A. (2011) A disequilibrium model of the market for houses: implicit selling time as a signal of optimal holding periods and buyer valuation. Urban Studies, 48(11), pp. 2249-2263.

Mason, P. and Pryce, G. (2011) Controlling for transactions bias in regional house price indices. Housing Studies, 26(5), pp. 639-660. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2011.581908)

Pryce, G. (2011) Bidding conventions and the degree of over-pricing in the market for houses. Urban Studies, 48(4), pp. 765-791. (doi:10.1177/0042098010363496)

Pryce, G., Chen, Y. and Galster, G. (2011) The impact of floods on house prices: an imperfect information approach with myopia and amnesia. Housing Studies, 26(2), pp. 259-279. (doi:10.1080/02673037.2011.542086)

Anderson, C., Lee, D., Pryce, G. and Taal, M. (2010) Factors affecting environmental attitudes and volunteering in England and Wales. Working Paper, (Unpublished)

Osland, L. and Pryce, G. (2010) Polycentric access to employment with non-monotonic distance effects. Working Paper, (In Press)

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G. (2009) What determines the price elasticity of house supply? Real interest rate effects and cyclical asymmetries. Housing Studies, 24(6), pp. 713-736. (doi:10.1080/02673030903215860)

Pate, J., Beaumont, P. and Pryce, G. (2009) Organisations and the issue of multiple identities: who loves you baby? VINE, 39(4), pp. 319-338. (doi:10.1108/03055720911013625)

Pryce, G. and Sprigings, N. (2009) Outlook for UK housing and the implications for policy: are we reaping what we have sown. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 2(2), pp. 145-166. (doi:10.1108/17538270910963081)

Pryce, G. and Oates, S. (2008) Rhetoric in the language of real estate marketing. Housing Studies, 23(2), pp. 319-348. (doi:10.1080/02673030701875105)

Levin, E. and Pryce, G. (2008) What will shape the future of UK housing? British Urban Regeneration Association Journal(1), pp. 8-9.

Levin, E. and Pryce, G. (2008) 'Beyond Reason'. Residential Property Journal,

Pryce, G., Mackay, D., Fowler, H., Jones, K., Shao, L. and Wood, G. (2008) Local Effects of Global Climate Change. British Urban Regeneration Association Journal, 2(2),

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G. (2007) A Statistical Explanation for Extreme Bids in the House Market. Urban Studies, 44(12), pp. 2339-2355. (doi:10.1080/00420980701540903)

Oates, S. and Pryce, G. (2007) Pathos and patter in real estate parlance. SHEFRN: Scottish Housing Economics and Finance Research Network (Discussion Paper),

Hendershott, P. and Pryce, G. (2006) The Sensitivity of Homeowner Leverage to the Deductibility of Home Mortgage Interest. Journal of Urban Economics, 60(1), pp. 50-68.

Pryce, G. (2006) 'Can we Trust UK House Price Indices? A Detox Programme for the Index Addicted'. University of Glasgow Newsletter, 272(Januar),

Pryce, G. and Gibb, K. (2006) Submarket Dynamics of Time to Sale. Real Estate Economics, 34(3), pp. 377-412.

Stoddart, E. and Pryce, G. (2005) Observed aversion to raising hell in pastoral care: the conflict between doctrine and practice. Journal of Empirical Theology, 18(2), pp. 129-153. (doi:10.1163/157092505774649234)

Pryce, G. (2003) Greening by the Market? Distortions Caused by Fiscal Incentives to Build on Brownfield Land. Housing Studies, 18(4), pp. 563-585.

Pryce, G. (2003) Worst of the Good and Best of the Bad: Adverse Selection Consequences of Risk Pricing. Journal of Property Investment and Finance, 21(6), pp. 450-472.

Pryce, G., Hendershott, P. and White, M. (2003) Household Leverage and the Deductibility of Home Mortgage Interest: Evidence from UK House Purchasers. Journal of Housing Research, 14(1), pp. 49-82.

Pryce, G. (2002) Theory and Estimation of the Mortgage Payment Protection Insurance Decision. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 49(2), pp. 216-234.

Pryce, G. and Keoghan, M. (2002) Unemployment Insurance for Mortgage Borrowers: Is it viable and does it cover those most in need? European Journal of Housing Policy, 2(1), pp. 87-114.

Kemp, P. and Pryce, G. (2001) Evaluating the Mortgage Safety Net. Housing Finance, 52(Novemb), pp. 32-37.

Pryce, G. and Keoghan, M. (2001) Determinants of Mortgage Protection Insurance Take-Up'. Housing Studies, 16(2), pp. 179-198.

Pryce, G. (1999) Construction elasticities and land availability: a two-stage least-squares model of housing supply using the variable elasticity approach. Urban Studies, 36(13), pp. 2283-2304. (doi:10.1080/0042098992421)

Pryce, G. (1999) Work incentives and rent: evidence from Glasgow housing associations. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 14(4), pp. 343-362. (doi:10.1007/BF02496762)

Pryce, G. (1998) Income support for mortgage interest and the crowding out of mortgage payment protection insurance. Housing Finance, 39, pp. 27-31.

Books

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G. (2010) Measuring Changes in Housing Wealth Inequality. Series: Economics Papers, 6 (2). Department for Communities and Local Government: London. ISBN 9781409829553

Levin, E.J. and Pryce, G. (2009) A regional house price model of excess demand for housing. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors: London, UK. ISBN 9782842195109

Pryce, G. (2009) Responding to the Impending Repossessions Crisis. Series: Housing Analysis and Surveys Expert Panel Papers (7). Communities and Local Government: London, UK.

Book Sections

Pryce, G. (2014) Migrants’ job-search in urban China: social networks and the labour market. In: Wu, F., Zhang, F. and Webster, C.J. (eds.) Rural Migrants in Urban China: Enclaves and Transient Urbanism. Series: Routledge contemporary China series. Routledge, pp. 69-83. ISBN 9780415534550

Pryce, G. and Chen, Y. (2013) An extreme weather event socio-economic model (EWSEM) to identify the social and economic impacts of climate change. In: Hallett, S. (ed.) Community Resilience to Extreme Weather – the CREW Project Final Report. CREW Consortium, pp. 39-51.

Chen, Y. and Pryce, G. (2012) Environmental risks: flooding. In: Smith, S.J. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home. Elsevier: Oxford, UK, pp. 104-108. ISBN 9780080471631 (doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-047163-1.00585-3)

Pryce, G. (2012) Housing wealth distribution in the United Kingdom. In: Smith, S.J. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home. Elsevier: Oxford, UK, pp. 691-696. ISBN 9780080471631 (doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-047163-1.00133-8)

Pryce, G. (2010) Has house price inequality risen or fallen since 1996? In: Housing Wealth Inequality. Series: Economics Papers 6 (1). Department for Communities and Local Government: London, pp. 28-30. ISBN 9781409809715

Pryce, G. and Oates, S. (2009) Rhetoric in the language of real estate marketing. In: Smith, S. and Munro, M. (eds.) The Microstructures of Housing Markets. Routledge: London, pp. 156-185. ISBN 9780415478069

Research Reports or Papers

Pryce, G. (2009) Language of Selling and Science of Persuasion. Other. Keller Centre, Baylor University, Waco, Texas.

Meen, G., Andrew, M., Ball, M., Goody, J., Kasparova, D., Pryce, G., Whitehead, C. and Wood, G. (2008) Recent Developments in the Communities and Local Government Affordability Model. Project Report. Department of Communities and Local Government, Wetherby.

Pryce, G. and Oates, S. (2008) The language of estate agency, findings in built and rural environment. Project Report. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Bailey, N., Flint, J., Goodlad, R., Shucksmith, M., Fitzpatrick, S. and Pryce, G. (2003) Measuring Deprivation in Scotland: Developing a Long-Term Strategy. Project Report. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Bailey, N., Flint, J., Goodlad, R., Shucksmith, M., Fitzpatrick, S. and Pryce, G. (2003) Measuring Deprivation in Scotland: Developing a Long-Term Strategy. Interim Report. Project Report. Scottish Centre for Research on Social Justice, Glasgow.

Houston, D., Kemp, P. and Pryce, G. (2002) Review of the Private Rented Sector in Wales. Project Report. National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff, Wales.

Kemp, P. and Pryce, G. (2002) Evaluating the Mortgage Safety Net. Project Report. Council for Mortgage Lenders, London, UK.

Lynch, E., Stephens, M. and Pryce, G. (2002) Housing and Social Cohesion in the UK: Report 1. Project Report. European Commission.

Pryce, G. and Kasparova, D. (2002) Private Rented Sector Supply: An Analysis of the Scottish House Condition Survey Longitudinal Data-Set. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh, UK.

Pryce, G. and Lynch, E. (2002) Development of a Housing Market Database for Glasgow. Project Report. GSPC / Communities Scotland.

Bramley, G., Pryce, G. and Satsangi, M. (1999) The Supply Responsiveness of the Private Rented Sector: An International Comparison. Project Report. Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions, London, UK.

Pryce, G. and Keoghan, M. (1999) Safety Nets for Mortgage Borrowers. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh, UK.

Conference Proceedings

Lee, D., Minton, J. and Pryce, G. (2014) Inference for segregation indices in the presence of spatial autocorrelation. In: Royal Statistical Society Annual Conference 2014, Sheffield, 2-4 Sept 2014,

Lee, D., Orr, A. and Pryce, G. (2010) Risk pricing on residential mortgages in the UK. In: CCHPR 20th Anniversary Conference: Housing – the next 20 years, Cambridge, 15-16 September 2010, (Unpublished)

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